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Music, Socks, Gaming, Angel Investing: 4 Great Projects For #GivingTuesday

Black Friday has gone by, Cyber Monday deals are over, and now comes a day perfectly aligned with the holiday spirit of December: Giving...

Be a Star at Thanksgiving: 8 Awe-Inspiring Stories to Bring to the Party

Need some conversation starters to steer away from politics or Aunt Millie’s surgery during your family gatherings? Here are eight compelling and funny stories...

A Handful of Walnuts May Trick You Into Lowering Your Cholesterol

Researchers may have cracked a secret to naturally lowering cholesterol. It may sound nutty, but one side effect of eating walnuts is the tendency...

Breakthrough Can Deliver Medicine to the Brain for the First Time

Doctors now have a way to break through a protective barrier in the brain so they can deliver medications like they never could before.

Holistic Jungle Plants and Spiritual Work Improve Patients With Cancer

After eight very sick individuals volunteered to be flown to the Amazonian jungle to try a holistic treatment approach, five of them came back...

Better Eating Habits and Food Have Saved a Million Lives (Study)

Here’s some food for thought: scientists have discovered that better eating habits and better foods have saved more than a million American lives. The researchers...

Study Confirms Brain and Memory Benefits from Eating Dark Chocolate

Eating dark chocolate rich in cacao has been linked with numerous benefits, including stress reduction and improved heart health, but a new study has...

Mediterranean Diet and Extra Olive Oil Can Lower Risk of Breast Cancer

A spoonful full of sugar may help the medicine go down, but four extra tablespoons of olive oil a day may significantly lower a...

She Lost Miss America Contest But Won Hearts With Her Nursing Speech

People have been cheering for a contestant who lost in the Miss America beauty pageant, because during the talent competition instead of showcasing her musical...

Cooking Indian Food At Home: 7 Easy, Good-For-You Recipes

Indian food may seem elaborate to make, intimidating to eat, and overall, too exotic. But there are good reasons to get past all that: multiple studies have shown that...

Lewd Joke Doll Proves 98-Year-old Grandma With Dementia is Still a Charmer (WATCH)

Everyone warned me that my grandmother with Alzheimer’s might not recognize me and would remain disconnected during what would be my final visit to...

Middle-Agers Are Fending Off Dementia With Healthy Living: Study

If you needed one more reason to give up the fried food, put out your cigarette, and go for a walk, look no further...

New Drug Makes Headway In Potential Treatment for Alzheimer’s

Researchers are cautiously optimistic after an experimental drug called solanezumab seemed to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s for people in early stages of the disease. After concluding...

General Mills to Remove Artificial Flavors, Colors From All Cereals

It still may taste “magically delicious,” but Lucky Charms will soon undergo a makeover that could change the look of its yellow moons, pink...

Alzheimer’s Husband Proves The Heart Always Remembers

For Throwback Thursday, here’s one of the sweetest news stories from 2014, which somehow slipped past everyone at Good News Network. This husband with Alzheimer’s...

New Study Reveals Surprising Benefit to Being Overweight

People struggling with their weight often face frustration, failure and constant reminders they run the risk of heart disease, diabetes and a litany of...

Diet May Cut Risk of Alzheimer’s by 50% (Long-term Study of 900 Seniors)

A hybrid version of the Mediterranean diet, nicknamed appropriately with the acronym MIND, could significantly lower a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, according...

Nature, Art and Spirituality May Boost the Body’s Defenses

Taking in the spine-tingling wonders provided by a redwood forest, the Sistine Chapel ceiling or a guided meditation may give a boost to the...

New Biotech Co. Plans To Find Treatment for Alzheimer, Parkinson and ALS Proteins

  Diseases affecting the brain and central nervous system represent one of the largest healthcare challenges and greatest unmet medical needs in the world today....

Healing Art Studio Impacts Community in Positive Ways

I was invited to an open studio session at Art InDeed one Saturday afternoon. Being guided by founder, Danah Beaulieu I felt empowered, nurtured,...